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Removing a wet-apply screen protector

Discussion in 'Android Accessories' started by baldybill, Sep 20, 2013.

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    Is it safe to just attempt to peel off a wet-apply screen protector? Or do I need to use the spray as I remove it?
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    I think I remember someone saying that standing in a steamy shower stall would work. :happy3:
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    Ok, any other thoughts?
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    I have peeled them both ways. A little solution as you peel it helps to keep it from sticking again.

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    peel it off then apllying new one on. the best way to do this is to peel the screen protector off the paper underneath it and dip it into soap water in a steam bathroom.
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